Turin, Italy

Strategic Plan for Turin’s Metropolitan DevelopmentThe City of Turin city has continuously taken steps to bring about the cultural and economic renaissance of the city with collaboration of various stakeholders such as different Departments of the Municipalities, local and international private and public bodies.Vision and MotivationThe city pioneered the use of broad, consultative approaches to develop the city’s first strategic plan in 2000 and its third in 2015. Turin has adopted the learning city concept to enable it to exchange ideas on good practices, promote networking and mutual learning, and encourage the development of a local network for lifelong learning.Challenges and GoalsTurin needs to find ways to overcome the following challenges to implement lifelong learning for all in the city.Social cohesionEconomic development and cultural prosperitySustainabilityPlan and ImplementationTThe City of Turin has supported the practice of lifelong learning by participating in activities such as:Active Participation in Torino Città Educativa, a project on making Turin an Educational CityI.T.E.R.– Cultural centers for children, youth and families to visit in their free timeSchool of Professional Orientation Center (C.O.S.P) - a free orientation services for girls and boys.Tasks of School – a project to prevent early school leaving and promote educational successThe city also plans to consolidate its implementation of the learning city concept through various projects outlined in the Metropolis Torino 2025, a strategic plan that promotes Turin metropolitan development.
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City population
892,276
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City GDP per capita
More than USD 25,000
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Average number of years of schooling
10
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Member since
2016
Mayor
Lo Russo Mr Stefano
Focal point
Ms. Isabella Calvagna